Since the arrival of our Osmos, I have been in love with this technology. I love that this device provides my students with the ability to interact between the physical and the virtual world. I started with Tangrams which were an instant hit with kindergarten through fifth grade students in our SP Design Lab. In
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Professional Learning for Busy District-Level Administrators Inside :30 is a new thought-provoking webinar series that will explore important educational topics and provide you with innovative ideas to make improvements in teaching and learning…all in just 30 minutes.
This is the tenth, and final, in a series of blog posts highlighting the digital literacies our students will need to succeed. The first posts covered financial literacy, visual literacy, media literacy, historical literacy, numeracy, data literacy, information and digital literacy, tool literacy, and civic and global literacy. This post will provide you with some ideas on how to infuse
Fueling Innovation Through A Shared Leadership Model Developing Teachers As Leaders Driving change within our schools requires skilled leadership from both administrators and teachers. How do we ensure that we have the environment and strategies in place for innovation to be successful? Join this conversation with national leaders in education about practical yet scaleable professional
Celebrate Earth Day with Discovery Education – this month’s newsletter is packed with resources for you to use with your students. Highlights include our Earth Day Digital Challenge, an Earth Day Content Collection and a look at America’s Top Young Scientist, Sahil Doshi’s environmentally friendly battery PolluCell to name a few. Find out more Check out
Many of you may have realized, to your chagrin, that the Xtranormal site has been shut down as of July 31st. I searched for alternatives and found Digital Films . I have only been playing around with it for a few hours, but have not noticed a feature that allows characters to speak typed text